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The Resource Peer rejection : developmental processes and intervention strategies, Karen L. Bierman ; foreword by John D. Coie

Peer rejection : developmental processes and intervention strategies, Karen L. Bierman ; foreword by John D. Coie

Label
Peer rejection : developmental processes and intervention strategies
Title
Peer rejection
Title remainder
developmental processes and intervention strategies
Statement of responsibility
Karen L. Bierman ; foreword by John D. Coie
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The volume begins by reviewing the causes and correlates of peer rejection, examining both the characteristics of individual victims and the group dynamics involved. Interview excerpts and case examples illustrate the various forms that peer rejection processes can take during the grade-school years, and implications for social-emotional development and mental health are discussed. Subsequent sections delve into the nuts and bolts of assessment and intervention." "Offering invaluable recommendations for practice that are solidly grounded in the empirical literature, this book belongs on the desks of developmental, child clinical, and school psychologists; education professionals; and researchers and students in these areas. It will serve as a primary or supplemental text in advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses."--Jacket
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Bierman, Karen L
Index
index present
LC call number
BF723.R44
LC item number
B54 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Guilford series on social and emotional development
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Rejection (Psychology) in children
  • Social interaction in children
  • Behavioral assessment of children
  • Child psychotherapy
  • Kinderen
  • Sociale relaties
  • Acceptatie
  • Afwijzing
  • Crianças
  • Aceitação social (psicologia)
  • Psicoterapia da criança
  • Análise do comportamento
  • Aptitude sociale
  • Analyse comportementale
  • Enfant
  • Intervention psychologique
  • Rejet (Psychologie)
  • Relations sociales
  • Socialisation
  • Kind
  • Peer-Group
  • Desintegration (Soziologie)
  • Abweisung
  • Verhaltensstörung
  • Psychotherapie
Label
Peer rejection : developmental processes and intervention strategies, Karen L. Bierman ; foreword by John D. Coie
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-289) and index
Contents
  • Understanding problematic peer relations. The developmental significance of peer relations. Developmental progressions --- Peer rejection vs. peer neglect -- Peer acceptance vs. friendship -- Understanding social competence -- Peer contributions to rejection processes -- Chronic peer rejection : a negative developmental spiral -- Impact of developmental research on interventions for rejected children -- Gender and cultural influences -- Summary -- Characteristics of rejected children. Prosocial and aggressive behaviors -- Aggressive-accepted vs. aggressive-rejected problem profiles -- Inattentive/immature and socially anxious/avoidant behaviors -- Inattentive social profiles, with concurrent aggression or anxiety -- Summary -- Rejection processes : the role of peers. Peer influences : modeling, reinforcement, and provocation -- Reputational biases, ostracism, and victimization -- Niches of opportunity and risk -- Summary -- Peer relations and the developing self. Social information processing models of the 1980s -- The functional significance and adaptive value of self-system processes -- Affect and self-system development -- Self-system processes and self conceptions -- Risk or protection? -- Implications for intervention -- Summary -- Assessing social competence and peer relations. Assessment goals and strategies -- Purposes and goals of assessment -- Using multiple assessment methods -- Conceptualizing social competence -- Summary -- Assessing problematic peer relations. Assessing peer liking and disliking -- Assessing friendships -- Assessing social networks -- Assessing victimization -- Summary -- Assessing social behavior. Peer nominations and ratings -- Teacher ratings -- Parent ratings -- Summary -- Observing peer interactions. Naturalistic observations -- Contrived setting observations -- Intervention applications -- Summary -- Assessing self-system processes. Self-views vs. peer and teacher ratings -- Social-cognitive reasoning about others -- Social self-conceptions and experiences of social distress -- Attributional style and control beliefs -- Implications for intervention planning and evaluation -- Summary -- Intervention methods. Approaches to intervention. Operant strategies : manipulating antecedents and consequences -- Initial instructional approaches : modeling and social problem solving -- Initial coaching strategies -- Coaching programs of the 1980s -- Adapting coaching programs for aggressive-rejected children -- Social-cognitive interventions to reduce aggression -- Moving into the 21st century : where are we? -- Summary -- The design of social competence coaching programs. Guiding principles -- Components of coaching sessions -- Program content -- Program structure and organization -- Summary -- Intervention process and the promotion of self-system change. The functional value of relational schemas and their resistance to change -- Promoting change in self-system processes -- Creating a supportive context for change -- Providing autonomy support to promote self-control -- Increasing causal understanding and perceived competence in interpersonal relations -- Behavioral management : to token or not to token? -- Summary -- Collateral interventions : providing support at school and home. Multicomponent interventions with children with externalizing behavior problems -- "Universal" school-based social competence interventions -- School-based approaches utilizing cooperative learning -- "Indicated" programs to enhance the acceptance of target children : creating niches -- Promoting positive social development at home : parent contributions -- Summary -- Future directions. Program characteristics -- Mechanisms of change -- Peer involvement -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: Description of exemplar session activities
  • Understanding problematic peer relations -- Assessing social competence and peer relations -- Intervention methods
Control code
52091227
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 299 p.
Isbn
9781572309234
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003007554
System control number
(OCoLC)52091227
Label
Peer rejection : developmental processes and intervention strategies, Karen L. Bierman ; foreword by John D. Coie
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-289) and index
Contents
  • Understanding problematic peer relations. The developmental significance of peer relations. Developmental progressions --- Peer rejection vs. peer neglect -- Peer acceptance vs. friendship -- Understanding social competence -- Peer contributions to rejection processes -- Chronic peer rejection : a negative developmental spiral -- Impact of developmental research on interventions for rejected children -- Gender and cultural influences -- Summary -- Characteristics of rejected children. Prosocial and aggressive behaviors -- Aggressive-accepted vs. aggressive-rejected problem profiles -- Inattentive/immature and socially anxious/avoidant behaviors -- Inattentive social profiles, with concurrent aggression or anxiety -- Summary -- Rejection processes : the role of peers. Peer influences : modeling, reinforcement, and provocation -- Reputational biases, ostracism, and victimization -- Niches of opportunity and risk -- Summary -- Peer relations and the developing self. Social information processing models of the 1980s -- The functional significance and adaptive value of self-system processes -- Affect and self-system development -- Self-system processes and self conceptions -- Risk or protection? -- Implications for intervention -- Summary -- Assessing social competence and peer relations. Assessment goals and strategies -- Purposes and goals of assessment -- Using multiple assessment methods -- Conceptualizing social competence -- Summary -- Assessing problematic peer relations. Assessing peer liking and disliking -- Assessing friendships -- Assessing social networks -- Assessing victimization -- Summary -- Assessing social behavior. Peer nominations and ratings -- Teacher ratings -- Parent ratings -- Summary -- Observing peer interactions. Naturalistic observations -- Contrived setting observations -- Intervention applications -- Summary -- Assessing self-system processes. Self-views vs. peer and teacher ratings -- Social-cognitive reasoning about others -- Social self-conceptions and experiences of social distress -- Attributional style and control beliefs -- Implications for intervention planning and evaluation -- Summary -- Intervention methods. Approaches to intervention. Operant strategies : manipulating antecedents and consequences -- Initial instructional approaches : modeling and social problem solving -- Initial coaching strategies -- Coaching programs of the 1980s -- Adapting coaching programs for aggressive-rejected children -- Social-cognitive interventions to reduce aggression -- Moving into the 21st century : where are we? -- Summary -- The design of social competence coaching programs. Guiding principles -- Components of coaching sessions -- Program content -- Program structure and organization -- Summary -- Intervention process and the promotion of self-system change. The functional value of relational schemas and their resistance to change -- Promoting change in self-system processes -- Creating a supportive context for change -- Providing autonomy support to promote self-control -- Increasing causal understanding and perceived competence in interpersonal relations -- Behavioral management : to token or not to token? -- Summary -- Collateral interventions : providing support at school and home. Multicomponent interventions with children with externalizing behavior problems -- "Universal" school-based social competence interventions -- School-based approaches utilizing cooperative learning -- "Indicated" programs to enhance the acceptance of target children : creating niches -- Promoting positive social development at home : parent contributions -- Summary -- Future directions. Program characteristics -- Mechanisms of change -- Peer involvement -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: Description of exemplar session activities
  • Understanding problematic peer relations -- Assessing social competence and peer relations -- Intervention methods
Control code
52091227
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 299 p.
Isbn
9781572309234
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003007554
System control number
(OCoLC)52091227

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